In his alter ego "Out To Lunch", Ben Watson recites his "Smooch Tentet Resolve" (2008) in its entirety, a project which stretched from June 2008 to July 2009. Interpretation of stark capitalised paratactic triplets and bands of automatic scribble required martialling all the resources gleaned by speaking on the radio weekly for the last seven years ("Late Lunch With Out To Lunch" 2pm Wednesdays www,resonancefm.com, or search on "audio esemplasm" here at archive.org). "Smooch Tentet Resolve" forces Cambridge Poetry (J.H. Prynne/Tom Raworth) up against the Domestic Ambient Noise project which Bob Cobbing and Lawrence Upton initiated just before Cobbing's death. It posits a gestural language beyond script and sign, rooted in the expressive body, with a vigour and lack of bourgeois selfregard that hasn't been witnessed since James Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Perhaps only here can the bloadsoaked Royston perimeter be resolved into dew: a crucial readsing which asks why you've been satisfied with so little for so long. Veer Books plan to publish print copies in 2010.